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Dr. Judith Berg received her MSN and WHNP from the School of Nursing, University of California-San Francisco (UCSF) in 1975. She has practiced as a WHNP at Planned Parenthood in California for almost 30 years. Dr. Berg received her PhD from UCSF in 1997 and completed a postdoctoral fellowship in symptom management at UCSF in 10/97. She is currently an Associate Professor, University of Arizona College of Nursing.

Dr. Berg teaches women's health and research design and utilization in the NP options. Her program of research focuses on women's health promotion and symptom management strategies across the lifespan. She is a well known speaker at national and international scientific conferences and has contributed to the literature via numerous articles on the perimenopausal experiences of Filipino-American midlife women, use of health promotion strategies by Mexican-American midlife women, and long term physical activity continuation in Mexican-American sedentary elder women.

She is currently doing an intervention study on the use of a multimodal treatment package of health promotion behaviors for perimenopausal symptom management in special populations, including Mexican-American women and breast cancer survivors. She is also studying breathing perception and distress in asthmatic women across the menstrual cycle.

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